Monthly Archives: January 2016

A Fixed Link

A fixed link, fixed crossing, or bridge–tunnel is a persistent, unbroken road or rail connection across water that uses some combination of bridges, tunnels, and causeways and does not involve intermittent connections such as drawbridges or ferries.[1] The Confederation Bridge … Continue reading

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Anvil Island Bridge Proposal

This is one of the first proposals, and a good one, using Anvil Island, Ferries vs. Bridges (2), a central location in Howe Sound. This would be a spectacular crossing, with two mini Golden Gates.  

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thirdcrossingsociety, Powell River

http://thirdcrossingsociety.com/    A really nice presentation ! Suamish Reporter News Everybody want a Fixed Link, but only one is doable and possible.

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Port of Vancouver in a land squeeze

Report in the Vancouver Sun: CEO Robin Silvester, Port of Vancouver express concern about industrial land squeeze. With the Fixed Link over Howe Sound, your land squeeze is solved, and we need the jobs here on the Sunshine Coast. Port Mellon … Continue reading

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Oresund Link info

Oresund Link  a megaproject. Howe Sound Crossing relative simple transportation infrastructure. Fixed Link to Vancouver Island is a megaproject that also can be done. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Pictures  

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A Ferry song

A Ferry song by Ken Custance

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Powell River residents remain inconvenienced while ship sails the South Seas

More BC Ferries problems    Something does not smell right ? Stephen Hume: Public deserves answers on BC Ferries’ sale of Queen of Chilliwack Steve says: Sure does sound fishy. The purchaser Goundat is native Fijian and marine engineer by … Continue reading

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